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UPDATED: December 20, 2005

 

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  1. Michael, J. (1985).  In C. F. Lowe, M. Richelle, D. E. Blackman, & C. M. Bradshaw (Eds.), Behaviour analysis and contemporary psychology  (pp. 159-164).  London: Lawrence Earlbaum Associates, Ltd.

  2. Michael, J. (1984).  Behavior analysis:  A radical perspective.  In B. L. Hammonds (Ed.), Master lecture series, Volume 4:  Psychology of learning  (pp. 95-121).  Washington:  American Psychological Association.

  3. Michael, J. (1984).  Verbal behavior.  Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 42,  363-376.

  4. Michael, J. (1983).  Evocative and repertoire-altering effects. VB News,2, 21?]23.

  5. Sundberg, M. & Michael, J. (1983).  A response to U. T. Place. VB News,2,  16-20.

  6. Michael, J., Whitley, P. & Hesse, B. (1983).  The pigeon parlance project. VB News,2,  6-9.

  7. Michael, J. (1982). Distinguishing between discriminative and motivational functions of stimuli. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior , 37 , 149-155.

  8. Michael, J. (1982).  Skinner's  verbal  operants:  Some new categories.  VB News, 1, 1.

  9. Vaughan, M. E. & Michael, J. (1982).  Automatic reinforcement:  An important but ignored concept.  Behaviorism, 10,  217-227.

  10. Michael, J. (1980).  On terms:  The discriminative stimulus or SD.  The Behavior Analyst, 3,  47-49.

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